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InRegister Gives $25,000 to Local Nonprofits

Posted By Bettsie Norton, LANO, Wednesday, October 01, 2014
In honor of our 25th anniversary, inRegister will be donating a total of $25,000—$5,000 each to five local area nonprofits. inRegister has always had a heart for the community and has been dedicated to supporting nonprofits in the area. We continue our support through this latest endeavor.

Please encourage local nonprofits to contact their members, volunteers and advocates to vote online. The five organizations with the most community votes between now and Nov. 19 will be selected to receive $5,000 and also be featured in our January issue.

You can vote and find out more information at give.inregister.com. Use the Share buttons in the left margin to share on social media. Voting is limited to one vote per person. Non-profits must be located in East Baton Rouge Parish. Voters from all nine parishes qualify to vote.

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Nonprofit workshop: Major Donor Development 101

Posted By Nora Ellertsen, The Funding Seed, LLC, Tuesday, September 30, 2014

October nonprofit fundraising workshop:
Major Donor Development 101
Thursday, October 16
9:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Ashe Cultural Arts Center
1712 Oretha Castle Haley Blvd.
Register at www.thefundingseed.com


Asking someone for a large donation can make a huge difference for your nonprofit- and it can also be scary!

This workshop covers the basics of major donor development: how to identify your donors, ways to build strong relationships with prospects, and what to say (and not say!) when asking for a big donation. 


Attendees will receive a certificate of participation for completing the workshop.


Registration $35.  Discounts available for students, AmeriCorps members and for organizations registering two or more people.


Details and registration at www.thefundingseed.com.  For questions or to reserve your space and pay at the door, email info@thefundingseed.com.

Tags:  development  donations  donor retention  donors  fund  fund development  fund raising  funding  Fundraising  funds  louisiana  major donor development  major donors  Member Event  New Orleans  nonprofit  nonprofit sector  non-profits  sustainability  training  workshop 

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Happy Hour with CommitChange

Posted By Jason Nicosia, CommitChange, Friday, September 26, 2014

Come join us for some networking and drinks at Propeller on October 9th. 

Click the link for details- https://www.commitchange.com/ca/san-francisco/commitchangeorg/events/happy-hour-with-commitchange

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Advance Innovative Education Seeks Board Expansion

Posted By Michael Eskridge, Advance Innovative Education, Friday, September 26, 2014

Are you concerned about the future of public education in Louisiana? 

Are you ready to apply your skills and experience to make a positive change?

AIE NEEDS YOU! Join us as we engage with school leaders, agency personnel and community members across the state to advance innovative policies and programs that can improve our public schools and better outcomes for tens of thousands of Louisiana students.  

Advance Innovative Education seeks to expand its Board of Directors by 3-4 positions, with special interest in candidates representing Louisiana's Northwest, Central and Capitol Area regions.

Candidates with expertise in education administration, financial management, Louisiana law, and those with school-age children are especially welcome to apply.

OUR MISSION: To promote urgent, systemic change in education by undertaking reform initiatives that deliver dramatically improved teacher and school leader performance, and by developing strong partnerships to increase student success and ultimately enhance the quality of life for all. 

Do you, or someone you know, have the passion and drive it takes to create real opportunity for school improvement in your community? 

Take action! Please send resume and letter of intent for AIE Board service via email to Executive Director, Michael Eskridge, Ed.D. (Michael@advanceie.org)


 

AIE will accept Board candidate submissions and nominations throughout the month of October, 2014.


 

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Pedaling 4 a Purpose: Bike Against Bullying

Posted By Bettsie Norton, LANO, Thursday, September 25, 2014

Pedaling 4 a Purpose: Bike Against Bullying is a fundraising event to benefit Northshore Families Helping Families. The event aligns with Bullying Awareness Month. As you know, individuals with disabilities are frequently subject to this menacing behavior.

The leisurely ride will begin at the Koop Drive Trailhead. It will go to the Mandeville Trailhead and back, totaling about 8.5 mile. The event will conclude at 1:00 pm.

No bike, no problem! Walk, jog or simply come support the cause! Go whatever distance you like!

There will be a scavenger hunt and a variety of children's activities throughout the duration of the event. Lunch and refreshments will be available.

Registration for individuals 10 and older will be available for $20 per person. Children under 10 may register for $10. T-shirts will be available for participants.

Teams are encouraged to form and compete for prizes in the following categories:

Most Money Raised, Most Members, and Best Team Name. Get creative and we hope to see you there!

Register here!

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LSU Continuing Education hosts Grant Writing Seminar

Posted By Bettsie Norton, LANO, Thursday, September 25, 2014

LSU's Department of Continuing Education is sponsoring a two-day, interactive Grant Writing Seminar, Oct. 21-22 from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. 1.2 CEU'S will be given for this Interactive Workshop.

Major topics to be presented include:

- Local, Regional & Federal Grants
Gain in-depth insight into the world of state and federal grants. Provide definitions and requirements local, regional, and federal grants.

- Organizational Funding & Community Needs
Learn to review organization’s budget and understand where grants fit into budgetary projections and portfolio. Understand how the grant will impact or provide positive outcomes in the community.

- Grant Proposal & Application Requirements
Develop the proposal by learning to ask the subjective and objective questions from the grantor point of view.

- Improving Grant Writing Skills
Increase knowledge of the language involved in a grant to better prepare the writer, or the writing team.

- Data Research & Collection
Explore various types of online data repositories, research tools, and how to expertly collect, analyze and report the data necessary for a successful grant award.

- Effective Proposal Writing: Narrative, Budget, Objectives, Goals, Impact Measurements, Quality Assurance & Evaluations
Learn through interactive activities how to appropriately write each section of a grant.

- Building Effective Relationships with the Funder
Learn how to insure the relationship is relevant to organizational or corporate entity needs.

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5th Annual MetroMorphosis Social Innovation Summit

Posted By Bettsie Norton, LANO, Thursday, September 25, 2014
LANO Members are cordially invited to attend the 5th Annual MetroMorphosis Social Innovation Summit to be held on Friday, October 31s t from 8am – 12pm. This year’s summit will be located at the Lod Cook Hotel & Conference Center on the campus of LSU at 3838 W Lakeshore Dr.

The summit seeks to advance collective impact and provide a framework for high performing organizations that applies to both the non-profit and for-profit sectors through a clear and thoughtful discussion on innovation, leadership, collaboration, collective impact and high performance.

Dr. James P. Honan, a senior lecturer at the Harvard Kennedy School and Graduate School of Education will serve as the guest speaker for the day. Workshops will be led by Harvard ALI fellows and members from the Baton Rouge community that include: John Spain Executive Vice-President of Baton Rouge Area Foundation, Erin Wesley-Monroe Vice-President of Baton Rouge Area Chamber, Darrin Goss CEO of Capital Area United Way and Christy Reeves Executive Director of Blue Cross Blue Shield of Louisiana Foundation.

The summit is being presented by MetroMorphosis, a not for profit organization and made possible through community donations and corporate sponsorships. The one-day summit is free and open to the public. Individuals are asked to register online at www.socialinnovationsummit.com. Space is limited and seats are reserved on a first come first serve basis. For more information contact info@metromorphosis.net or call 225.330.4924

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Grant Writing Seminar

Posted By David Kiviaho, kiisa Corporation, Monday, September 22, 2014

Begin with Successful Grant Writing!

Experienced grant writers, with a proven track record of obtaining funds for non-profits and municipalities, lead this seminar. Interactive, educational, and fun! Successful Grant Writing is for all levels of grant writers.

LSU Continuing Education and kiisa corporation's Grant Writing Formula

The Successful Grant Writing Seminar is updated each quarter, with data gathered directly from funders and the grant writing industry. The kiisa instructors provide key information on how to effectively write the grant narrative, research data, insert relevant citations, create the proper budget, garner community support, identify funding sources, build meaningful funding relationships, and much more. Interactive activities and targeted lecture helps the participant to learn the principles and concepts set forth by kiisa corporation and LSU Continuing Education. Successful Grant Writing is fun, educational, and designed to help participants raise funds for critical community projects.

Baton Rouge, LA - October 21-22, 2014 - 1.2 CEU'S

 

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LANO members: New FREE CausePlanet book summary on membership

Posted By Kris H. Rutledge, CausePlanet, Monday, September 15, 2014
Managing a successful membership-based organization today is a multi-faceted undertaking. It requires communicating your unique benefits and differentiating yourself from other organizations.

Author Sheri Jacobs covers everything involved with attracting, recruiting and retaining members in her book, The Art of Membership.

Here are some highlights:

·      How to define and sell your benefits

·      How to define and rank your members

·      How to be the solution to your members’ problems

·      How to engage and onboard your new members

Download this summary and hundreds of others in 3 simple steps:

1.     Visit www.causeplanet.org.

2.     Click on "Subscriber Log-in” at the top right corner, using your email and "Password1”.

3.     Click on "Visit the Summary Library” and download any title you like.

Questions? Email us at Support@CausePlanet.org.

Sheri Jacobs' and other summaries are available FREE for dues-paying (General and Associate) members thanks to the Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Louisiana Foundation.

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Shell Oil Co. Donates Chairs to Nonprofits

Posted By LANO Network, Tuesday, September 09, 2014

Shell Oil Co. at the Robert Training and Conference Center in Robert, Louisiana has 26 office chairs to donate to any nonprofit willing to pick them up. Offer is good through September 10th, 2014.

Interested members may contact Qi Wiggins, at: Qiana.Wiggins@shell.com

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